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>> well, get out the rape gear. rain is coming and looks like it sticks around for awhile. good evening. we could see 72 hours of rain in back-to-back storms. let's get right to spencer who is tracking it all for us on radar. spencer. >> look at live doppler 7 hd. rate now we see pockets of moisture pick up on the radar screen here. don't have reports of actual rainfall hitting the ground yet from any of our official reporting stations but with the pockets of moisture we are seeing in places lake petaluma and other locations along the sonoma county coast line and some spots down near san francisco there could be some sprinkles hitting the ground in some of the places but we are not getting measurable rainfall ye yet. let me loop the image and show you what is going on. moisture coming from our south west along with is rather mailed air mass so won't get cold along with the rains that are approaching us right now but we will see steady rain in the overnight hours. probably wet during the morning commute and we have wave after wave of rain coming next couple days. closer look with the detailed accu-weather 7 day forecast in
just a few minutes. it has never been done on mass scale quite like this. chico state university president announced today that all social greek activity on campus are now suspended. medley. and until further notice. this happened after student died of alcohol over dose. campus newspaper says the student was pledging a fraternity. all greek activit activities at chico state suspended social activities for the time being. now to san francisco 49ers head coach harbaugh is expected to be back with the team tomorrow. harbaugh had a minor procedure done at stanford university hospital after doctors there found that he had an irregular heart beat. here's lee ann. >>reporter: practice went on today as scheduled at the 49ers facility in santa clara even though coach harbaugh was not there. >> coach harbaugh is at the facility today under doctor orders. he's having a minor procedure done today at stanford university hospital.
for irregular heart beat. >>reporter: 48-year-old coach was taken to the hospital after he began feeling ill last nigh night. 49ers safety goldson said the news took him by surprise. >> he was pretty good. we slapping hands talking yesterday. and i didn't i didn't see anything he showed no emotion. he didn't show anything. >>reporter: chief of cardiology at uc sf says an irregular heart beat is not brought on by stress. >> patches on the front and back and we just push button and it delivers a jolt to your heart is and restores back to normal rhythm. >>reporter: players were told of the procedure this morning. >> they said it was minor. that it shouldn't be a big deal so hopefully everything goes well and there's good doctors in this area that do good work and i'm sure everything is going to be faint. he'll be back tomorrow. >> we are praying for him and make sure everything is all
right but we heard that everything is good. so we are all happy and i think that he would want us to finish our practice and go out and work hard. >>reporter: assistant coach took over practice today according to the 49ers. coach harbaugh is expected here tomorrow. in santa clara, abc 7 news. of course we'll be 49ers headquarters and report on that tomorrow. >> utility worker says old age is likely the reason for water main break this afternoon at san francisco. sky 7 hd was overhead as water poured down quinn tara street near 28th avenue and the outer sunset at 4:00 o'clock today. crew capped the main half hour later but you can see how much water kept pouring out from under the sidewalk. no homes were damaged. that's the good news. water service remains shut off in 3 block area. no word on yet when it will be fully restored. >> antioch woman its begging thieves to return this urn. why. it holds her baby's ashe
ashes. stolen from a single mother after burglar cross add serious line. laura anthony was the first with the story. >> my heart is already broken. and it will stay broken but i want to be able to have that. >>reporter: she can't shake the sad needs and worry. >> that is all i have of my baby. all. please don't throw it away. don't diskairtd. they open up the drawers and dumped everything. >>reporter: wednesday night her antioch home ransacked and burglarize. tv. electronic. jewelry. video game system. her kids christmas presents. all carried away in the darkness of night. it's a crime the single mother and her 3 kids interrupted. when they came home just after 10:00 p.m. from a family outing. >> this is where they came in. they broke the window. >>reporter: found a kitchen window shattered. sliding glass door wide open. burglars
even rummage through the 3-year-old son toy box. the worst part is ails when she looked in her own closet she realized the burglars had taken the urn that contained her late baby ashes. >> the baby's urn was in a jewelry box right here. >>reporter: this is what the urn looks like. it contains the remains of the infant son who died in january just 3 hours after he was born. >> they took that box and inside that box has the casing and my baby's urn were his ash ins it. >>reporter: the silver heart shape urn is 4 inches wide and 2"tall and engraved with the baby name gabriel. it was inside a box on a closet shelf. >> if you like to think they maybe didn't know what they took. >> yes. i'm almost sure they didn't know what they took. i don't think anybody would want to take an urn. not worth anything to anybody else. except us. >>reporter: she will likely never see the tv or the cam
corder again but she desperately wants one item bac back. >> you violated my house. and my children by coming in here but i just need that. whether you know you have it yet or no not. please return the urn. >>reporter: she wants anyone who may have the urn tow put it in the mail box or drop it at the front door. anyone with information can also call antioch police n.antioch, abc 7 news. >> well developing nuts from midland, texas tonight 4 veterans are dead and at least 17 others are injured. 10 critical after train slammed into a parade float headed to an event honoring wounded veterans. union pacific spokesman says the train was sounding its horn before it hit the float as it approached a railroad crossing. he says the crossing gate and lights were working at the time. fighter pilot ejected before the f-22 raptor jet crashed this afternoon in the
flar panhandle he was returning to the air force base. nobody was hurt and got out sale. f-22 is most advanced u.s. war planes but it has been plagued with problems including oxygen issues which has caused some dizziness among pilots flying that jet. we are learning that federal regulators have suspended j p morgan from trading electricity in california. federal energy regulatory commission says j p morgan gave false information or in some case no, sir information at all to cal independent system operator. this is very rare punishment. sixth month suspension starts in april. >> mean time research made public at hearing in san francisco today offers evidence that confidential refinery were producing gasoline at times when they claimed they weren't. look what happened to the price? this graft charts average gas price ins san francisco oakland san jose over the past 6 mont months. the big spike near the
end is where they rose to record highs. 7 news reporter heather has the story. >> california energy commission says 2012 has been a record year for the number and severity of gasoline price spike. today state senator leno went searching for answers why. to ask if the state can do more to protect consumers. it is certainly not the first hearing of its kind but first time we have heard this. >> we seem to have some information from the air quality district that in fact there was ongoing production at a time when they say they were shut down. >>reporter: oregon base consultant says his pain-staking analysis of environmental emission data suggest that in may shell martinez plant was making gasoline for at least one of the two weeks it claimed to have been shut down. chevron richmond refinery was to be shut down for would weeks in may but he says emission data show it never shut down. but even with those shut downs real or fabricated and the richmond
fire in august, he says he can't explain the record setting october price spike. >> there was no evidence of disaster here quite frankly i can't explain it. >>reporter: the western state petroleum association representing 12 of the state 14 refinery shot back to his conclusions were based on third party information from the bay area air quality management district not from refinery themselves. there's no evidence refinery were operating when shut down for maintenance. there were multiple disruption that is caused a major disruption to the west coast gas supply and the market worked as expected. there is no price fixing schem scheme. he believes even if there's no industry wrongdoing, there is a need for more transparency and possibly more regulation. >> what we have on gasoline and oil is a situation where the data is weak. enforcements is weak. and access to that
information is very, very weak. >>reporter: the director of uc berkeley california energy institute feels more regulation is not the answer. instead his creative solution is to allow california to buy some of the dirty gas the rest of the country uses during the peak summertime months. put surcharge on it and use to it buy-back most polluting cars from the pre-19 sphinx era. in san francisco, abc 7 news. in a sense san francisco base twitter on the front-lines in the latest middle east conflict. is israeli military announced military campaign against the palestinian group hamas by twitter. s israeli defense forces are live twee tweeting and bloging about the operation in gaza. hamas also responding on line. gaza and hamas are the primary hash tag. >> tension in the middle east is escalating tonight as the possibility of all out war is increasing. many [ siren].
>> sirens went off short time nag tel aviv. alex is on the front-lines in gaza city. >> very loud explosions all around us tonight as israeli missiles land. we have also heard the distinct whoosh of outgoing rocket and hamas and other militant group return fire. tonight it seems this burst of violence is only getting worse. >> all day long rocket fill the bright blue sky. gaza militant firing on israel. at least one rocket landed tonight in tel aviv. israel commercial capitol. sirens flared as residents hit the ground. 3 israelis were killed earlier when a rocket hit their apartment in the south. this as israeli war planes pounded the gaza strip. tm target militant groups most notably hamas. but caught in the cross fire at least 12 civilians. including 11 month old boy.
what did my son do to die like this his father cried. israel says this ace response to the almost 800 rockets that had landed in israel from gaza this year alone. this biggest escalation in years began yesterday with israel targeting the car of hamas top military commander. eliminated in the blink of an eye. israel sits is ready to enlarge this operation and tonight there are reports of significant troop movement towards gaza. 30,000 reservist may also be called up. sign that israeli ground incursion into this tinyen clarify may imminent. >> alex reporting from gaza city. >> moving on. south bay parent blows the whistle. she tells us how she figured out a registered sex offender was volunteering at her child school. >> convenience store doesn't feel like it to some people on the peninsula. battle goes to the city council tonight. >> also the local surfer making very big splash with tiny little camera. and building
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it gave a registered sex offender special permission to be on an elementary school campus. we have the story. >>reporter: law is you are sex offender sex offender for life. you do not have a right to be on a school ground. you can go to church. big 0. he's not allowed to be on this school. >>reporter: she was outraged when she saw this man registered sex offender mark vounl fearing at her daughter ask. he was in the midst of hundreds of young children at st. francis catholic school in san jose. he was volunteering during a fall festival fundraiser last month. >> my 19-year-old was the one that noticed who he was. when we had asked to have him removed the answer we got was he has a letter and he's allowed to be here. >>reporter: sheriff deputy ultimately escorted the man off the property but didn't arrest him because she confirmed he had a letter from the diocese of san jose giving him clearance to be there. >> this is one of the exceptions to the rule.
essentially he could be a sex offender but if you have permission by school administrator you can be on campus. >>reporter: spokesperson from the diocese said the letter was written 2 years ago and at the time the adtor in charge felt it was appropriate but today the diocese issued a statement that reads in part the letter by which he was able to be admitted as volunteer is not consistent with the policies of the diocese of san jose. some parents of the school are fine with the church's position. >> i'm assuming that he's probably part of the church and they probably given him a second chance. >>reporter: you are okay with that. >> i am if the church is. >>reporter: she's furious the church gave the man special permission to be on campus and when she raised concerns an administrator suggested it was her husband who should leave the school event. >> you don't sweep things under the carpet i'm sorry. you don't kick my husband who has been her for 15 years and let a pedophile here who has no children here. >>reporter: aside from issue ago brief statement the man
noise longer allowed to be a volunteer at the parish. the decease of san jose didn't respond for more information such as what factors led them to allow him to be a volunteer two years ago and just as late as last month. we do know that his wife held a teaching position at the school n.san jose, abc 7 news. well 9 days after we went to the poll a california election is decided as one of the most expensive congressional races in the country. democrat amy has ousted republican dan lundgren in sacramento he had refused to give up but tonight enough provisional ballot now counted. lundgren captured 49 percent of the vote to aechl 41 percen percent. outside group spent more than 8 million dollars largely on negative advertis advertising. incredible amount of money spent on the race. >> well as you heard from the top. storm is coming this way and it produces apparently a lot of rain for several days. spenter is tracking it. >> if the first of 2 storms is
on its way right now. this will bring milder air with it. second storm over the weekend colder air. so here we go let's look live view from the high definition sutro camera looking out eastward over san francisco and out over the bay under cloudy skies and rain is certainly approaching. maybe a sprinkle or 2 somewhere hitting the ground around the bay area but don't have official reports yet of rainfall. as you can see on live doppler 7 hd it's getting pretty close. just offshore right now. we have a little pockets of moisture. we have lots of clouds and by midnight or so maybe a little bit after midnight we see rain falling across the bay area. this is our looping radar image over last 3 hours showing approaching moisture from the south west coming up in our correction. the air is mailed later in the week when the second storm comes in coming from the northwest bringing colder air. temperatures are open the mild side. we have readings mainly upper 50's around 60. 60 in san francisco right now but couple relatively cool spots. 50 in concord. 50 fair field 51 at nap a.on we good to forecast feature we see
light showers developing around or just after midnight. periods of rain. moderate avy at times through sunday morning then we have chance office rain again next week just about every day next week a chance of some rainfall. overnight tonight it's showering. rainy low temperature mainly low 50's so again pretty mild overnight period. here's satellite image see the storm offshore with the counterclockwise circulation wrapping around this moisture bringing up from our south west so here it comes. here comes the mild and moist air mass that brings us rainfall overnight and into the morning hours. starting forecast animation left okay tonight couple sprinkles and overnight hours system better organized. 5:00 o'clock tomorrow morning rush hour begins we should have some wet spots. mainly up in the north bay where looks like the heaviest concentration rate at take that hour and other periods of rainfall during the day and it could be wet again for the afternoon and evening
commute tomorrow then tomorrow night we have another wave of moisture and rainfall coming in around 11:00 o'clock or so. during the overnight hours into saturday morning by 6:00 o'clock saturday morning we could see isolated thunderstorms as atmosphere rather unstable. then saturday night we get the cold front coming down from the northwest bringing in yet another storm system and cold air behind it but on sunday we do expect some at least periods of clearing or partial clearing as showers taper off for awhile but by sunday morning we also expect to have received quite a bit of rainfall. perhaps up to three inches in the north bay mountains. 2 inches in the santa cruz mountains up to inch or inch and a half in many other location around the bay area. in the sierra next few days in the tahoe area mainly rain around lake level on friday saturday as the air rather mild. enough to go way up high 8,000 feet to find snow tomorrow and saturday but on sunday is the colder storm comes in snow fall in the tahoe area. tomorrow in the bay area high pressure in the 60's and waves of rain or showers.
here's accu-weather 7 day forecast. we may get some break on sunday mainly in the afternoon and evening and then each day next week at least a chance of some rain including thursday which is thanksgiving. >> we were going to be volted back in reality at some point. >> indeed. >> thank you spencer vichlt all right. much like us. coming up here. stunningly intimate photographs capture the human photographs capture the human side of animals. stay with
those non-native rodent. whalers and buck near brought in norway and black rat to feed on the egg of everything from tortoise and snake and hawk and even plant. they are going through the islands like crazy. the rat reproduce every three months. poison is very strong anti-coagulant so the rat dry up and disinterest great. >> well, collection of incredible animal experts who want to share some of that with you. they capture the more human side of our distant one of our distant relative any wa way. this is based in london and gave us permission to show you his work. here's a picture of panda arm raised meditating on a subject. turned away. the gorilla well the chicken mid stride with one eye on the camera. then look. monkey pick at the finger and look surprised. orangatan pictured gazing out of shot. so is this
owl look at that picture. here's gorilla. orange eye just gazing into the distance. and this feels like we have interrupted something as april enjoy this. tim spend seven years creating his book called the more than human. fascinating book. >> call them eye crook. coming up. what might be a record heist to hit apple. >> plus money game. did the woym at the center of military scandal try to make a profit by the ties to general petraeus. stay with us. another half stay [ male announcer ]half citibank's app for ipad
comments today since the story of his affair and resignation broke. petraeus told a reporter that he did not share any classified documents with his biographer and myself stress. we also learned that the 2 women connected with the scandal may have tried to make a profit off their ties to the top military brass. investigative reporter brian ross has the story. >>reporter: in addition to the book and the sex, paula broadwell connection with general david petraeus provided another benefit. celebrity status at military circle that led to role as expert commentator and firing range demonstrator the infomercial for company trying to gain military contract for the strange looking light weight machine gun. >> individual fighter reducing weight is critical. >>reporter: on this tape shot last december in the midst of her affair with the 4 star general running the cia, broadwell is identified as the author of the petraeus biography. in a previous infomercial 6 years ago she had no speaking part. simply
demonstrated the gun. officials at the company located in virginia beach said broadwell has no official affiliation with them but would not answer abc news question about why they chose to use her as a spokesperson. but watch dog group say the use of broadwell was brilliant move by a company seeking an evenly in washington. >> people did not have to know she was the mistress. they knew he was friends with her so anyone in the agency would know this is someone petraeus is favorable towards. >>reporter: broadwell is not the only woman who seems to have tried to benefit from her ties to general petraeus. tampa socialite jill kelly allegedly used the cia director name in an effort this summer to broker a contract for a 4 billion dollar energy facility senior officials of the south korean government. according to new york businessman adam victor. >> miss kellyy made it clear to me that general petraeus put her in this position and that's why she was able to have access
to such senior levels. they were essentially doing a favor for general petraeus. >>reporter: brian ross reporting. >> major settlement announced today over the 2010 oil spill in the gulf of mexico. worth environmental disaster in history. bp agreed to pay a record 4.5 billion dollars and also pleading guilty to criminal charges related to the death of 11 workers and lying to congress. 3 bp workers have also been charged, 2 facing manslaughter charges. this settlement is the largest single criminal fine in u.s. history. bp has 5 years to pay the fine. the words of a little girl brought an entire courtroom in ft. worth, texas to tears. 9-year-old little girl is a happy kid despite what happened to her. she spoke during the sentencing of drunk driver who put her in a wheelchair. that driver 19-year-old jeremy had a blood alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit. he was sentenced to continue years in prison and plea deal
that will make eligible for parole in 5 years. chile read the letter she wrote him. >> every daytive to breathe true my mouth and nose. my mom does a lot for me but i try myself there are days that i cry because i don't do what i used to do. there is not a dry eye in the courtroom from everybody from the jk the bailik even the defendant was crying at some point. you could really feel the impact of how much this had hurt this family. >>reporter: what a remarkable girl. she wants everyone who hears her letter to have one thought. don't cringe and drive. well we already know thieves love i-pad and i phones. we report that had to you many times. but even a name for that. it's called apple picking but the latest crime is especially out remaining us. crack stole 3600 i-pad mini during a heist at jfk airport on monday. the
crook made off with two pallet of mini which had freshly arrived from chin a.they had to leave 3 other pallet behind after an airport employee came around and saw what was going on. total value one and a half million dollars worth of these new devices. new 7-11 is set to open in san mateo neighborhood but it's not a done deal that it will stay open. several hundred residents who live near the store don't want it there. vick lee explains what is going on. >> some 200 people who live in the neighborhood designed petitions asking the city to stop the 7-11 from opening. they don't want a convenience store that is open all night. that may invite loitering in this family friendly neighborhood. >> this ace high intensity use market. people will come in here at all hours of the day and nature. 24 hours a day. deliveries made at all hours of the day and night. >>reporter: they say the store permit somehow slipped through the planning department without going through the appropriate process.
>> they gave no public notice of that. they gave no legal process to that. >>reporter: the property sits on land which was originally designated as residential zone. old store was the venerable italian deli called stan lean i that was a legal non-conforming be. neighbors say the new 7-11 violates a zoning code that says when such a building has been discontinued or abandoned for 6 months, it should revert back to residential. the building has been vacant for nearly two years since the other deli shut the doors. city community development director lisa growth believes the controversy boils did you know to one thing. >> was it ever abandoned and what is that definition of abandonment. >>reporter: she says the new landlord made minor repair to the interior of the old deli. so that showed they weren't abandoning the building. the. >> they were continuing to
market it. they were continu continuing to keep it up in good repair. >>reporter: but neighbors also point out this other word in the zoning ordinance. discontinued. business in the building was discontinued for more than 6 months. city says it has done traffic studies that show there won't be a significant increase in the number of cars but the neighbors are not convinced. the developer did not return our calls. vick lee, abc 7 news. >> and the hearing on this issue is happening right now. a&m a is covering the story and has live report on 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. >> just ahead here tonight. little camera that is making a very big splash. thanks to bay area surfer who has built the fastest growing camera company in the world. i'll have
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the. >> odds pretty good you have seen this zeplin in bay area scott but not any more. it's being shut down. mountain view company took passengers on joy rides on the world largest passenger air ship. zeplin eureka a. the lack of regular sponsor and shortage of helium are grounding the company. tiny videocamera is taking the sports world by storm. company that makes it was started here in the bay area by local surfer looking for a better shot. tonight you meat the man who turn the camera on athletes. professional amateur athlete now new view on the sports they love and they are sharing them in video like these on the internet. it's all because this guy made a big splash with a tiny camera. nick woodman is the man behind the go pro camera. more than 800,000 sold last year.
recently tested out the company newest camera in nicaragua and provided this video. suffering is where go pro ceo founder came one these small light weight wearable waterproof cameras. we caught up with him at the company san m take 0headquarters. >> i was in between jobs didn't know what i wanted to do with the rest of my life serves looking for some inspiration so i decided to go on a surf trip. get back to my passion and hopefully find inspiration that. >> was in 2002. >> so i went to work on an idea i had back in college. which was for a camp i could wear on the wrist. >>reporter: took photo only. cost just 20 dollars. and was sold mostly in surf shops. wood map borrowed money from family to build inventory and cut marketing cosby modeling the product himself on the packaging. he called his camera the go pro hero. >> i thought well what if the camera do capture photo that make you look like a pro. capture photo and video to make
you look like a hero. >>reporter: it wasn't until he took up race car driving that he realized the full potential of his tiny camera. >> and in racing school they wanted to charge me 100 dollars for half hour to rent the videocamera. i thought that's crazy. i'll take my wrist camera and strap to the roll bar. >>reporter: in 2007 he turn the still camera in a videocamera and put it on the market. users snapped them up. strapping them to bikes. boats. cars. helmets. even pets. >> one of my favorite video is from teenager in the uk who built a weather balloon with his dad and sent it up in near space with toy robot on it. >>reporter: go pro newest camera are hd. cost between 200 and 400 dollars and some model even connect to the i-phone sow can see what you are shooting. company just release add model with remote control as well. based on data supplied by its retail partner go pro estimates that the it
owns 90 percent of the rugged camera market making it the fastest growing camera company in the world. woodman says the company is constantly looking for ways to improve the produc product. he's still amazed by how popular it's all become. >> this is so far beyond my initial vision forego pro. i just wanted to help surfer cap take your photo of them receives and friends while sur surfing. >>reporter: just took off from there. well not just athletes who are finding a use forego pro camera. they can go everywhere the big camera can't. cameron used one to explore the depth of the ocean. >> don't wait until thanksgiving for santa clause to come to town. up next. where he's already up on the where he's already up on the roof. stay w
>> sure sipe of christmas on the horizon. santa and reindeer are in residence on top the california academy of science in golden gate park. part of the academy 'tis the season for science experiment. roof is almost tundra like. perfect for santa sled puller. exhibit runs through january 6. and special birthday president for 2 polar bear at the san francisco zoo. 30-year-old and 32-year-old bear got to play in the snow today. about 10 tons of man made snow was brought in as well as several large packages for them to sniff and check ou out. they are among the oldest bears at accredited zoo in the united states. they began the 30 and 32 respectively. most bear in the wild only live 15 years or so. >> all right. oneless check on the weather and the storm system that are on the way. spencer is tracking it all. >> we have several daisy of unsettled weather coming our way. thinks time lapse view this afternoon from our high definition south beach camera
at san francisco looking at the clouds traveling east across the bay. coming up from the south west and still where the action is coming from right now as we look at live doppler 7 hd. pbingts of moisture offshore. clouds overland areas rain reaching us during the next few hours as we loop the radar image. traveling up from the south west. we haven't received good enough batch of moisture yet to produce any significant rainfall. maybe a sprinkle or 2. tomorrow state wide looking at wet weather up north. dryer milder weather down south and bay area it will be mild but it will be wet. rainfall arrive overnight and period of rain or showers during the day tomorro tomorrow. high pressure mainly in the low to mid 60's and here's the accu-weather 7 day forecast we have 2 days of this rather wet weather coming saturday and sunday and even isolated thunderstorm early saturday. rain tapers off on sunday and each day next week a chance of more showers. >> all right that's the patter pattern. >> thanks very much. >> sports director larry is here. not a surprise but great
>> coming up tonight at 11:00 o'clock. lost loved letters found washed up on the shovrment one woman mission to return them to the rightful owners decades after they were written. >> plus product that was recalled and pulled from the shelves. you can see why. tonight 7 on your side reveals why it is still in people's homes and what you need to know to keep your family safe. those stories and more coming up on 7 news at 11:00 over on channel 7. now to sports and the health reports too coming out of the 49ers. >> yes. we have a lot of forty-niner news that is health related. we focus on the condition of alec smith but today they had a different health concern as reported earlier, coach harbaugh went to the hospital treated for
irregular heart beat. some of those conditions are stress related and some are not. we don't know exactly which one the coach was being treated for. certainly you coach the nfl it's among the most stressful jobs to ever have. 48-year-old harbaugh known for his intensity. today niner players had no idea anything was wrong with him and they expected he will be okay. >> like he always tells us he's tougher than a two dollar staichblingt we know he listen all right. we have a bunch of great coaches here that keep everything on track and we are going to practice today as if he was here. >> he's a real tough guy and competitive. so if doubt in our mind he'll be back in our prayers with him and family and we'll be glad to see him here tomorrow. >>reporter: and expectation he'll be back to. alec smith practiced without contact. him in the black jersey he has to be cleared for regular practice but the expectation is that he will be able to go monday night
against the bears. >> they are also dealing with concussion issue in the quarterback. cutler didn't practice today. he's questionable for monday night. that means former raider campbell could get to start against the niners. >> if so i don't think at any time, you know, sharp of a guy as he is, he is willing to risk his livelihood for this one game especially long season. we have plenty of games ahead that we need him for. >> thursday night football in chili buffalo. 90 seconds to score the first only touch down of the game. if 79 yard here. 7 nothing bills. they added 4 fold gooel goal. up on the fourth. miami coming back. tannehill to best from hawaii. 2 yards on the touch down. miami just 184 yards. 3 turn over. tannehill picked by scott. that ends it miami now on a 3 game skid as the bills
win 19-14. after returning from a horrific ankle injury that side lined him most of 2011 buster was named most valuable player today. not klochlts he got 27 of the 32 first place votes. brewer outfielder ryan brawn finished distant second surrounded by family friends announcement came as posey was attend ago charity event hometown of leaseboro, georgia. wife kids right there he becomes the first catcher to win the award since bedroom did it 40 years ago with 3 36 batting average. 24 homeers and 103 rbi and first catcher to win the league batting title in 70 years. quite a year for buster. >> man it's the you have to put into words. i think it's an accomplishment that that is shared with the whole giants organization. we have seen over the past couple years how passionate our fans are. fortunate to play in san francisco. couldn't be more honored to have my name alongside the previous winners.
>>reporter: and in the american league some support for mike trout of the angels. tiger third baseman miguel won mvp. 22 of 28 first place votes. cabrera first player to win triple crown in 45 years. early part of college basketball season. easy wins quite frankly. stanford hos hosting elk horn state. they haven't played since 1999. freshman standard 4 points tonight but this is tremendous. the spin move. and drive to the basket plus the foul. but it was the sick foot 7 inch junior josh check out. get that out of here. deny evan then using the size here. is in little move on the baseline. 18 points on 8 of 10 from the floor. and helping hand for 2 hands right there. stanford shot 34 percent but houston put that away 69-61 stanford 3 and o. montgomery may have landed next grade bird no relation to
larry. if signed a letter of intent to play at cal next season. bird is a tremendous mraivrment program changer. 6 foot 6th swing man. led to state title as junior listed in the top 25 among recruit by espn. hoop fans will remember his dad karl who averaged 15 points each game for the cal bears back in 75-76. this is definitely worth as many look as you want. swedish striker with a bicycle kick from 30 yards out. against england. he scored 4 goal in the game for sweend. none more spectacular than that t.fans call him the man with the magical nosey because he has a big nosey as you can see right there. >> that's most athletic things ever sichbility think about attempt ago shot going the other way if. >> amazing. >> that's our report for